After an inspiring Fashion Week here in New York, Pantone has announced its’ Fashion Color Report for Fall 2014. The colors for the fall are decidedly bold, yet soft, with shades of purple (Radiant Orchid made the cut yet again!), blue, yellow and red in the mix. This palette is an excellent and fun one to turn to for bar & bat mitzvah and wedding inspiration.
Elisha and Aaron first met as college freshman, where they were both involved in Ohio University’s Jewish life. After a proposal on Elisha’s 25th birthday, the college sweethearts married in a southern Jewish wedding at The Garden on Millbrook in Raleigh, NC. BREALPHOTO captured the whole day for us to enjoy.
Lisa and David had a traditional yet unconventional Jewish wedding this past fall at The Swan Club, a gorgeous venue in Long Island, New York. The couple paid extra special attention to the intricate details of their wedding which made the event uniquely theirs. Exo Photography captured the whole day in pictures, lucky for us!
Here at mazelmoments, we focus on all kinds of celebrations. In the spirit of “first comes love, then comes marriage…”, Kveller makes a great companion to our site, and is one of our absolute favorites! Focused on Jewish parenting, Kveller features everything from Jewish holiday traditions to baby names, and perhaps most importantly, how to deal with any of these things in an interfaith marriage. Kveller recently launched a series entitled “Up Close” which focuses on just that. Real people, real faith(s), real challenges and real solutions.
If you’re planning a bar mitzvah or party for the sports-lover in your life, the obvious suggestion is to theme the event around that sport! But for a truly unique, memorable and FUN reception, why not host it at a venue that has sports and activities?! There are tons of interactive venues in the tri-state area, perfect for hosting your next sports soiree!
New York City
Classic Car Club, New York
For the car lover, venues don’t come cooler than the Classic Car Club. High ceilings, white columns and shiny black floors provide the backdrop for some of the most amazing vintage cars you’ve ever seen. Take your pick for what and how you want to display, and the team at the CCC will plan around it. READ MORE ......→
If ever a wedding blended rustic charm with chic elegance, it was this one! Planner Melisa Imberman from The Event of a Lifetime described the Jewish Interfaith wedding, filled with green and organic elements, as one of her favorites. We are so happy Tory Williams Photography captured the whole event for us!
Married at the Metropolis Country Club in White Plains, NY, Jenna and Michael incorporated natural details and organic materials into their charming wedding reception. READ MORE ......→
Celebrity Planner Colin Cowie once said,“The saying ‘it’s all about lighting’, is 100 percent true.” And Colin Cowie was 100% right!
Uplighting can change a JCC basement to a dazzling space, and a generic catering hall to a lush ballroom. Whether you’re planning a wedding, bar/bat mitzvah, Sweet 16 or other special event, event lighting should not be overlooked. So let’s dive right in to the basics! Thanks to Daniela Grafman from Vision Entertainment Group for sharing her tips from years of experience!
Chicago-based couple Diana and Nick celebrated a traditional Jewish wedding last summer in their hometown. A friend of Diana’s brother, Michael of Michael Novo Photography, flew with the couple to Mexico for a destination engagement shoot, and also photographed their big day.
A wedding is a blending of lives. For couple’s of different faiths or cultures, planning a wedding can require a bit more thought and sensitivity. Your choice of officiant, venue, ceremony structure and language is essentially how you show the world how your lives, beliefs and traditions will join and interact. With a bit of creativity, it can be a great way of reflecting your and your fiancé’s beliefs and backgrounds.
Our goal for this interfaith wedding guide is to inspire you with ways to showcase the beautiful customs of different cultures and embrace the similarities as well. We’d love to add your feedback! If there’s anything we missed, please let us know.